Beer Neuzeller Kloster-Brau, "Schwarzer Abt", in keg, 20000 ml
Beer taste very sweet, with a soft creamy texture, notes of roasted dark malt and caramel nuances of cocoa, smoke, nuts, licorice.
The aroma of beer sweet tones of dark malt and caramel surrounded by subtle nuances of bitter hops and apples.
Beer goes well with German cuisine, fruits, cheeses.
"Schwarzer Abt" - a unique dark beer, brewed according to the recipe 500 years ago, created by monks. For ownership of the formulation of this beer have long fought each other Brandenburg, Bohemia, Saxony and Prussia.
At the beginning of the XXI century conservatives brewing industry in Germany tried to ban the production of beer "Schwarzer Abt," referring to the deviation from the famous acting with the 1516 Purity Law, which states that beer must only be carried out of the water, hops and malt. As part of the same "Schwarzer Abt" along with these ingredients are present sugar syrup. On the owner of the brewery Klosterbrauerei Neuzelle Mr. Helmut Fritsche said: "It's like having a cup of tea or coffee, to which you can add milk or sugar. Some people drink it black and white, some love it. It's a small difference of taste." But most importantly, Mr. Fritsche sure that tradition on its side, indicating that it has been manufacturing brewery dark beer with added sugar syrup from the XVI century. In turn, the experts are delighted with the refined taste of beer with his usual balanced harmony of ingredients. "Schwarzer Abt" stores like the dark secret of the heavenly taste, come down to us through the centuries.
Story of a small brewery Neuzelle Kloster-Breuil is closely linked to the monastery Neuzelle, monks who began to study the art of brewing in 1416. Brewery Neuzelle Kloster-Breuil cherishes tradition of monks and proud of them, producing beer with a unique character, time-tested. No wonder the slogan of the brewery is: "Every beer is the original." Neuzelle Kloster-Breuil produces more than 40 varieties of beer. Production facilities are as historical objects (centenary mill, historic brewhouse with open vats for fermentation) and modern - cellar for bottles and barrels, bottling line for bottles with crown corks. The main volume of production is in Germany, but also beer is exported to Russia, China, Japan, Singapore, Finland, Norway, Denmark, the UK and Spain.